Just for the record.

The other day I tried whether Jetty (http://jetty.mortbay.org/jetty/) would run under V5R3, and - yes - it would.

I downloaded jetty-5.1.10.zip to my PC and copied to \\host\tmp. Logged in and started "qsh".

   cd /tmp
   jar xvf jetty-5.1.10.zip
   cd jetty-5.1.10
   java -jar start.jar

After a while Jetty is ready (await line with "Started org.mortbay.jetty.Server@" in it).

On PC browse to "http://host:8080";, and get a 404 error "No context on this server matched or handled this request."

You may then browse the template and javadoc applications.

To deploy other web applications (war files) drag and drop them to \\host\tmp\jetty-5.1.10\webapps, and restart jetty (in another qsh-session run "java -jar stop.jar" and start it again with "java -jar start.jar").

Hopefully this is of use to somebody - jetty is a quite nice alternative to Tomcat :)


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